• Black Bear
  • Humpback Whale
  • Comma Butterfly
  • Ptarmigan
  • Puffins
Black Bears, Yellowstone1 Humpback Whales around the world2 Butterflies and botanics3 Highland grouse species, Ptarmigan4 Puffins5
Coronavirus (COVID-19) updated 13.07.2020
How lovely that we can now look forward to coming out of lockdown and recommencing our holidays. We are starting with Scottish and other UK holidays from the end of September onwards; all of which are on the website, so do check them out in the holiday overview pages. We have completed all the risk assessments for our evening wildlife hide and our day guides, which we shall bring back slowly from the end of July and are assessing each holiday individually through the October and November schedules, but the over-riding risk assessments for new hygiene regimes, social distancing and changes in delivery of any aspects of holidays to comply with these, are already in place, so that you can travel with confidence. Naturally if you have any queries or want to ask any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us. Thank you for continuing to do so by email, so that we can answer your queries as efficiently as possible.

We are continuing to broadcast our Facebook ‘live’ sessions, bringing the ‘local patch’ from different guides to you at home, however we are altering these each month as the seasons change and bird song diminishes, but mammals, flowers and insects are more visible. We know from your lovely responses on Facebook, that they are making you smile and brightening up your days all over the world. Please share your videos too by using #dailybirdsong and then we can join you on your patch as well! Your photos and videos from your local walks have been great fun to watch.

'Good to Go'
Speyside Wildlife is approved by the industry standard ‘Good to Go’ scheme. This means that Speyside Wildlife has followed government and industry COVID-19 guidelines, we have Risk Assessments in place and a process to maintain cleanliness and aid social distancing. If you would like to see this detailed information, please email us and our certificate can be viewed here.

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